Plans have been unveiled to build a green hydrogen production facility to power and decarbonise rail, bus and heavy goods transport around Inverness.
Aberdeen could become the first city to be powered entirely by hydrogen as soon as the end of the decade under ambitious new plans.
A leading energy adviser has lamented the decision to award a contract for a major Scottish hydrogen project to a company from Norway.
London-listed energy company SSE will sell its 33.3% stake in gas distribution operator Scotia Gas Networks (SGN) for £1.22 billion.
SSE plans to sell its 33% stake in local gas network company Scotland Gas Networks Plc as part of its plan to focus on renewable generation.
The United Nations climate change conference which is to be held in Glasgow in November should be a source of inspiration and an opportunity for Scottish industry to showcase its Net Zero manufacturing supply chain.
“I’m really not that interested in creating a glossy report. What I want is solid concept engineering; here is a tool that allows industrial sites to look at the options and start this journey to decarbonisation.”
A Scottish decarbonisation group has been successful in its bid to secure more than a million pounds to draw up an industrial emissions reduction roadmap.
‘A bright future for Levenmouth’: £18m for world’s first project to heat homes with 100% green hydrogen
Fife has leapt closer to launching the world’s first 100% green hydrogen network with the announcement of an £18 million funding boost.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s 10-point plan put hydrogen at number two on the list, but panellists at session four of Energy Voice’s ETIDEX event wanted more clarity.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (Areg) has grown its membership over the past 12 months, with sign-ups coming from leading companies within the renewables sector, renowned industry bodies and energy companies who are placing an increased focus on clean energy.
Wood, of Aberdeen, is teaming up with gas distribution network company SGN to create a "decarbonisation roadmap" for the north-east and east coast of Scotland.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has completed preliminary engineering design services work for gas distribution operator SGN at its Machrihanish site, on the west coast of Scotland.
More than 5,000 properties have been reconnected to the gas network as engineers work to restore supplies following a failure in the Falkirk area.
Scientists from Edinburgh University have received funding for a £1.4 million research project to investigate the storage of hydrogen in the subsurface.
SSE has sold a slice of its stake in the Scotia Gas Networks (SGN) to Abu Dhabi Investment Authority for £621million.
Gas distribution company SGN is expecting to save in the region of £1million by implementing a driver performance improvement programme across its 2,000-strong fleet.